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Margaret (Malgorzata) Mart is originally from Poland. She has lived in several countries throughout her life, including Germany, Canada, and the USA. Her husband, Cezar, is a software engineer. They have been married for 36 years. She has three children (Kasia, Peter, and Michael) and three grandchildren (Marcus, Emma, and Alivia).
Margaret earned a Doctorate of Education degree in Professional Leadership, Inquiry, and Transformation from Concordia University in Portland, Oregon and has two masters’ degrees: one from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, Canada, and one from the University of Warsaw in Warsaw, Poland.
She is passionate about helping students learn and understand math. In the past, Margaret has had the opportunity to work with, motivate and teach a variety of students from many cultures. She has worked in both public and private schools, junior high, high school and college levels. Margaret creates her own innovative ways to reach students and effectively teach them all levels of math.
As someone who is very experienced and successful in teaching mathematics to multicultural students with variety of needs, she is a passionate researcher who attends international conferences to exchange results and to learn. Recently she presented at the 2017 International Conference of The Mathematics Education for the Future Project Theory and Practice: Challenges in Mathematics Education for the Next Decade in Hungary, at the 2018 International Conference of Contemporary Mathematics Education in Poland, and this past summer at the International Conference of The Mathematics Education for the Future Project Theory and Practice: An Interface or A Great Divide in Ireland.
In addition to teaching, Margaret enjoys the little things in life: a hot cup of tea, a fresh new game of Sudoku, and sitting around a campfire with her best friends and family. She is always excited to make new friends, so feel free to stop by and chat anytime!